Omah Lay – Can’t Relate (Mp3)
Download :- Omah Lay – Can’t Relate (Mp3). Nigerian Talented Singer, Omah Lay returns with his latest Extended Playlist titled “What Have We Done” . The ep “What Have We Done (EP)” consists of 4 Tracks with one bonus track “Damn Remix” that features an American Talented singer, 6lack
The new Extended Playlist, “What Have We Done” EP is a follow-up to his Previous EP titled, “Get Layd” EP; a 5-tracks work that drops back in July this year.
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Omah Lay originally born Stanley Omah Didia is a Nigerian songwriter and singer. Omah Lay was born in Port Harcourt on May 19 1997. He is 23 years of ageEarly LifeGrowing up, Omah Lay started producing music at an early age as he took after his grandfather who was a percussionist for legendary Highlife singer Celestine Ukwu.His dad who also was a drummer in as much as he didn’t reach higher heights yet he was the sounded hero in their locality in terms of drumming.According to the singer, he started music at the age of 15 when he was a producer for a very long time and the started singing again.Omah Lay’s style of music is decribed as a fusion of Burna Boy meeting Wizkid in one voice. One can call his style Afro-Fusion.Singles like Hello Brother and Do Not Disturb which was released in the year 2019 started his emergence into the music scene but got everybody’s attention with ”You” and ”Bad Influence” which was off his debut EP Get Layd
Following the validating reception of both singles, Omah Lay shared the Get Layd EP contained other songs like Damn, LoLo, and Ye Ye Ye, which he released on May 22 to rudder-stamped the endorsement of his talent.His first single which debuted on February 14, 2020, has been streamed numerously across all major music platforms and went ahead to top charts including Cool FM Tastemakers’ chart and Soundcity Top 20.Omah Lay has been tipped by Native Mag on their March episode of ‘Fresh Meat’ as an artist to look out for in 2020.Omah Lay is signed to Dvpper Music and is the first African artiste to be highlighted by the Africa Rising Initiative launched by Apple Music, a music and video streaming platform.